A recent storm has left parts of northern Arizona flooded, with ongoing flood warnings still in effect for certain areas.
The Verde River and nearby wine country have been affected, and residents are urged to avoid low-lying crossings.
Additionally, the Tonto Creek and Salt River Dam releases are still causing concern for flooding.
Despite the storm, the Phoenix area is seeing warm temperatures in the low 70s with mostly sunny skies.
The storm brought about an inch of rainfall to Phoenix, which is helping to replenish the area’s water supply.
While there may be some spotty showers and thunderstorms in the area, the weekend is expected to be calm and warm, with temperatures hovering around the mid-70s.
However, there is a possibility of another storm on the horizon, with a 40-50% chance of rain on Tuesday night into Wednesday.